THE Rotary Five Valleys Fireworks is back for another amazing display on Monday.

It will take place on at Marling School playing fields in Cainscross Road, Stroud.

The largest professional firework event across the area is once again organised by the Rotary Clubs of Stroud, Stonehouse and Nailsworth.

For more than five decades, the ever-popular event has raised almost £250,000 for various charities.

Profits support good causes, with at least half going towards young people.

The charities supported this year are Stonehouse Scout Group, Cotswold Boat Mobility, Great Western Air Ambulance, Best for Ben, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, Gloucestershire Young Carers, Allsorts, Stroud Community Awards and Kick Out, Stroud.

The amazing display is designed and choreographed to music by British firework champions Star Fireworks.

Attractions include John Coneleys Fun Fair, food and drink, and Under 12s will be entertained with Punch and Judy shows free-of-charge before the display.

Gates open at 6pm, display starts at 8pm.

The cost is £8 adults, £4 children on the gate but advance tickets purchased online at are 33 per cent cheaper.